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Imagine, if you will, two towns: Cynicsville and Pollyannatown. Two towns beset by troubles large and small. And yet the residents of these towns look at their troubles in decidedly different ways. The residents of Cynicsville feel they’ve seen … Continue reading
I have a hard time sitting down. I think it’s genetic. Really. James and I always chuckle when we remember a time when my mother had suffered a back injury (no, the injury was not the least bit funny, just … Continue reading
I come from a long line of worriers. Worrying in my family was a way of showing you care. If you love someone, you naturally worry about them. You want the best life for them, so you try to prevent … Continue reading
I think we must live in the bed and breakfast capitol of the world. Honestly, though I can’t verify it, I believe there are more bed and breakfasts per capita in our city than any other in the country. Or … Continue reading
The other day I was telling my teenage daughter how odd it is (if you think about it — which I do) that if you are having trouble with some object — let’s say a cell phone that loses … Continue reading
Problems stink, right? They make us frustrated. They make us angry. They drive us to distraction. So it’s natural to think of them as our adversaries. But why is that? Why do we take our problems and personify them? Well, … Continue reading
All moments matter. Perhaps you believe that there are two types of moments: Ordinary moments and extraordinary moments; moments that are to be treasured and moments that might as well be pitched in the trash. But all of our “ordinary … Continue reading
Wonder is all around us. When we were children, we saw it everywhere we looked. Everything was new, fresh, amazing. We grabbed the closest adult to show them these small miracles we saw in the world, from the brilliant yellow … Continue reading